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Oppo Reno5 F Price specifications launch date

OPPO RENO5 F HAS A DISTINCT DESIGN AND A NICE SITE OF SPECIFICATIONS

The Reno5 F probably has an 6.4 inches, 98.9 cm2 OLED display with an in-display fingerprint scanner. After all, the power key is protruding from the right-hand side. The volume keys probably are placed on the other side. An OLED panel will not be a first for the Reno5 series. After all, this is a premium mid-range smartphone lineup from Oppo. The big icing on the cake of Reno phones is that they are cheaper than other premium smartphones from Oppo.

As specification’s mentioned in comparegadget website It may have quad camera (48mp, 8mp, 2mp 2mp), and 16mp front selfie camera. with LED flash, HDR, panorama, video capture at 4K@30fps, 1080p@30/60/120fps.

It may come with 128GB 6GB RAM, 128GB 8GB RAM variant. with 4310 mAh battery capacity.

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